Foreign musicians jet in for Mowzey Radio’s burial


Foreign artistes have started arriving to attend the burial of their fellow musician on Saturday afternoon.

Moses Ssekibogo, also known as Mowzey Radio, 33 died on Thursday morning after being admitted at Case Hospital last month following a  fight  at De Bar, a popular hangout spot in Entebbe.

After the requiem mass at Rubaga Cathedral on Friday and spending a night at Kololo independence grounds for public viewing, the deceased’s body has finally arrived at Kaga, Nakawuka in Wakiso where the burial will take place later on Saturday.

Meanwhile, foreign artistes have started arriving to attend the burial ceremony.

Mowzey Radio's final resting place.

Among those who have arrived include;  Kenya’s pop star  Charles Njagua Kanyi also known by his stage name Jaguar  .

“Touch down in Kampala for the sendoff of my brother Radio.Rest in heaven,”posted Jaguar on his social media pages.

Nigerian superstar cum songwriter Ibrahim Balogun Ayodeji also known as Wizkid too has indicated that he is on his way to attend the burial.

Mowzey Radio, 33 died of a clot that was caused by bleeding in the head following the fight in Entebbe.

Police has since arrested five people in connection with the alleged murder of the singer on January 22.

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